Neil deGrasse Tyson will come back to TV after an impermanent suspension to examine charges of sexual offense against him.
National Geographic and Fox intend to push ahead with Tyson as the host of “StarTalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson” and “Universe.”
“The examination is finished, and we are pushing ahead with both “StarTalk and Cosmos,” the systems declared in a joint articulation. “StarTalk will come back to the air with the rest of the 13 scenes in April on National Geographic, and both Fox and National Geographic are focused on finding an air date for “Universe.” There will be no further remark.”
Two ladies blamed Tyson for improper sexual conduct in a story posted in November 2018 on Patheos.com, which portrays itself as the “chief online goal to take part in the worldwide discourse about religion and otherworldliness.”
Tyson denied those claims and respected an examination. He wrote in a protracted Facebook article at the time, titled “On Being Accused,” that men blamed for sexual inappropriateness in the #MeToo period are assumed liable by people in general for an assortment of reasons, “most defended, some unjustified.”
“In any case, proof issues. Proof dependably matters,” he composed. “Be that as it may, what happens when it’s only one individual’s assertion against another’s, and the tales don’t concur? That is when individuals will in general condemn who is more sound than whom. What’s more, that is the point at which an unprejudiced examination can best serve reality – and would have my full collaboration to do as such.”